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#336 ~ Faith

Faith by Jennifer Haigh Published by: Harper Published on: May 2011 Page Count: 336 Genre: fiction My Reading Format: ARC sent to me by the publisher for me to participate in the author’s book tour. Available Formats: Hardcover & eBook Today it is my great pleasure to be Jennifer Haigh’s host on her TLC Book […]

Convergence ~ When Books, Music, and Life Come Together

I suppose as humans beings mature reach major milestones, they may become more inclined to reflect on their lives. As 40 approaches, that’s certainly become more and more true for me. I don’t want to dread the inevitable. I know it’s simply a waste of energy. It cheats one from enjoying the present. The present, […]

#300 ~ The End of the Affair

The End of the Affair by Graham Greene Published by: AudioGo Published on: February 2009 Page Count: 192 (Penguin November 1999 edition) Genre: Fiction, Literature My Reading Format: Audiobook purchased with credits from Audible.com Narrator: Michael Kitchen Audiobook Length: 6 hours 26 minutes Available Formats: Paperback, eBook, audiobook My Review From the first time I […]

#94 ~ Castaway Kid

Castaway Kid: One Man’s Search for Hope and Home by R.B. Mitchell In Castaway Kid, R.B. Mitchell revisits his childhood spent in an orphanage just outside of Chicago and the impact that had on his life. He is the only child of two parents who were very mentally ill. His father incapacitated himself during a […]

I Should Have Been In Bed An Hour Ago…

but I got an email from iLike.com with this interview with Bono just before I meant to turn off my screen: Today, U2 used iLike to post a personal message from Bono, singing – and talking us through – “Wave of Sorrow.” It’s a track that U2 demoed during sessions for The Joshua Tree in […]

#04 ~ Keeping Faith

Keeping Faith by Jodi Picoult I love Jodi Picoult. The last time I finished one of her books I suffered withdrawal symptoms because I didn’t have another one waiting in the wings. So it was surprising to me as I began this book that I was growing tired of her. I actually was wishing I’d […]